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The importance of a full range equipment manufacturing facility

November 29, 2022Share Blog Post

Using electronics today is so much a part of our daily lives we hardly think of the way the world would be without electronics. Everything from driving to healthcare uses electronics or electronic components in some way. Industries such as defense, medical, semiconductor, and energy all have unique requirements that determine how the entire manufacturing and quality process works.

Electronics devices are being used in the health field, not only to assist in diagnosis and determination of medical problems, but to assist in the research that is providing treatment and cures for illnesses and even genetic anomalies. Equipment such as MRI, CAT and the older X-rays, tests for diabetes, cholesterol and other blood component tests all rely on electronics in order to do their work quickly and accurately. Pacemakers and similar equipment implanted in the body is now almost routine.

The pandemic affected various industries but none more than the electronics and technology sectors. Massive interruption to the supply chain affected the market for years but the current rebound is erasing all the problems over the last several years.

According to Fortune Business Insights, the global electronic manufacturing services market size is projected to hit $797.94 billion by 2029, at CAGR of 6.8% during forecast period, 2022-2029

A Full Range of In-House Capabilities for the Electronics Industry

Most high-end machinery manufacturers share a common theme: a vertically integrated business model. This is a massive difference between a trustworthy high-end contract manufacturer and a contract assembler that does complete builds. This is a huge advantage in fast-paced industries.

There are enormous advantages for OEMs to partner with contract manufacturers because of a highly trained and nurtured workforce.  The manufacturing skills needed to execute the unique needs of a high-end machinery OEM do not happen overnight and take years to cultivate.

Great manufacturers don’t just operate by the seat of their pants. They have years of experience from which to learn and utilize their successes and failures to create new and improved systems. When looking at the landscape, it’s essential they have an extremely wide range of capabilities and process controls and then an even larger range of quality and delivery scores from their customers.

Few manufacturing facilities can focus on creating an exceptional customer experience without a full range of equipment, including automated, high-speed, flatbed, and rotary die-cutters and multilayer-capable laminators.

At Seal Methods Inc, we offer our customers full-service and comprehensive production capabilities. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff is available to assist you in selecting the material with the optimal blend of performance properties based on your product requirements. We consider every factor, including insulation and conductive properties, load and shielding effectiveness, environmental resistances, operating temperature range, compressibility, durability, and more – to identify the best material or combination of materials for your individual application.

We work with all leading brands of insulating papers and laminates, adhesives, liquid and gel sealants, as well as high-performance conductive silicones, phase change materials, and thermal fabrics. We make it easy to customize products that fit your needs and provide rapid testing and new iterations of prototypes to ensure the final product is exactly what you need.

We offer custom assembly and packaging to meet your end-to-end sourcing requirements.

To read more, click here to read our brochure

Seal Methods offers our customers full-service and comprehensive production capabilities. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff is available to assist you.

Please click here to contact us for more information.

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